On Jan 12, 2009, at 10:49 AM, Vinny wrote:

> httpd-2.2.3-11.el5_2.centos.4
> resin 3.1.8
>
> What should be a good ratio between external apache connections and  
> mod_caucho connections.
> Here is a sample  are seeing this like this from netstat:
>
> [netstat -tan |grep \:80 | grep EST |wc -l ;  netstat -tan |grep \: 
> 6802 | grep EST |wc -l
>
> (80:) 26
> (6802:)110
>
> Do the connection between apache httpd and resin count against  
> apache 's MaxClients config ?
> or resin's maximums in the server.xml?

"ratio" isn't the right way of thinking about it.  The detailed answer  
gets into how Apache spawns its processes and reuses them for  
following requests.

Basically, as long as the 6802 count is reasonably low (100-200ish) or  
a bit more for a heavy site, then you're fine.  The trouble starts  
when you have 10000 TIME_WAIT connections or so.

-- Scott

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